The Wake Forest Town Hall is located at 301 S. Brooks St. in the heart of historic downtown Wake Forest. All town departments are housed in the spacious 44,000 square-foot facility, except parks and recreation, police, public works and Wake Forest Power.
The police department main station is located at 225 S. Taylor St., while public works maintains its headquarters at the Operations Center, located at 234 Friendship Chapel Road. The Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department is located in the Joyner Park Community Center, 701 Harris Road, while Wake Forest Power is located at 5031 Unicon Dr.
Centennial Plaza Flags
The half staff American flag widget (shown below) will automatically display the American flag at half staff on the days when it is appropriate to fly the flag at half staff. It will also give the reason why the flags in Centennial Plaza are at half staff.
A complete listing of contact information is available. The Town's main information number is 919-435-9400. The police department's non-emergency telephone number is 919-554-6150. The emergency number is 919-556-9111.
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View the Flayouts for each floor and available parking. All of the Town's departments are housed in the new 44,000 square-foot facility, except police and public works. Customer parking is available in the South Brooks Street parking lot and on Taylor Street, behind town hall.
The new town hall is marked by several distinctive features and unique elements both inside and out, including a one-stop customer information desk, the town seal and town history timeline incorporated in the polished lobby floor, a magnificent rotunda and board chambers, and Centennial Plaza - just to name a few.
Guided tours of the facility are available Monday - Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. However, reservations are required.
Take this video Tour and explore all four floors of our 44,000 square foot facility.
The Wake Forest Town Hall earned LEED Platinum Certification in November 2011. It is one of only a handful of municipal buildings in the United States to receive Platinum status.
The Town of Wake Forest seeks friendly, outgoing volunteers to greet and help direct customers visiting the new town hall.